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Lisbon Travel Guide

The Portuguese capital is constantly recognised as one of the greatest cities in the world. Historic charm, world-class art museums, a booming restaurant scene, and hotels for every taste are just some of the reasons why you should visit.

Lisbon will appreal to a wide range of ages and visitors; it can form a cultural trip, a family holiday, a weekend city break, a buzzing nightlife trip or even a base for a beach holiday. Use our Lisbon travel guide to help you plan the best trip ever.

Lisbon Accommodation

Best places to stay in Porto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is a great range of accommodation available in Lisbon and our insider guide on exactly where to stay in Lisbon includes neighbourhood guides. If it’s your first trip to Lisbon we would recommeded you base yourself close to the historic centre as you will be  within walking distance of the main sights and attractions. We have hand-picked the best accommodation so you don’t have to waste your time trawling through unsuitable options. To book for free and pay later when you arrive click here.

 

Where to Eat in Lisbon

 

5 Places to Try the Best  Pastel de Nata                                                                   Where to Eat in Lisbon

 

 

The Hidden Gems of Lisbon’s Campo de Ourique

 Lisbon  Attractions

There are many great places to visit in Lisbon. You can read more about all these attractions in Lisbon below.

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon

 

Gulbenkian Museum Lisbon                                                                                     Campo de Ourique Lisbon

 

 

Coach Museum, Lisbon – Be Transported in Time

Things to Do in Lisbon with Kid

Shopping in Lisbon: Our Insider’s Guide

5 Reasons Why Lisbon Should Be Your Next Getaway

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Getting Around Lisbon

Lisbon has an excellent and inexpensive public transport network. You can save time and money with a Lisboa Card. It will give you unlimited free access to public transport: metro, buses and trams. Plus free or discounted admission to most of Lisbon’s attractions. Order your card here.